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impact of household size and composition on food consumption

an analysis of the Food Stamp Program parameters using the Nationwide food consumption survey, 1977-78
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Center for Agricultural and Rural Development, Iowa State University , Ames
Food consumption -- United States -- Statistics., Family size -- United States -- Statistics., Households -- United States -- Statistics., Household surveys -- United States., Food stamps -- United St


United States, United St

StatementBasile Goungetas, S.R. Johnson.
SeriesCARD monograph ;, M5
ContributionsJohnson, Stanley R., 1938-
LC ClassificationsHD9004 .G68 1992
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 160 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1749945M
ISBN 100936911042
LC Control Number92072207

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Impact of household size and composition on food consumption. Ames: Center for Agricultural and Rural Development, Iowa State University, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Basile Goungetas; Stanley R Johnson.

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Also, household size and composition affect the food budget of the family, since according to Jacobson et al (), there is a strong correlation between family earnings and number of.

Household food consumption 6 Household dietary diversity 7 Factors influencing household food consumption 9 Socio- demographic factors 9 Household income 9 Influence of household income on nutritional status of children 10 Household size and composition 10 Influence of household size and.

Household food insecurity and poor care practices also place children at risk of morbidity and mortality. The objectives of this study were to assess the influence of family size, household food security status, and child care practices on the nutritional status of under-five children in Ile-Ife, Nigeria.

This paper utilises micro data on consumption, family composition and land ownership of nea rural Indian households to analyse poverty in rural India. The study, conducted at the disaggregated level of individual States, examines the impact of household size and composition, caste, gender of household head, and size of land ownership.

regarding the structure and inequalities of household expenditures and consumption at the national level (e.g. Bögenhold, Fachinger ; Langlois, ; Noll, Weick a, b, c) and almost no comparative research activities in this field at all.

As one would expect, research on household expenditures and consumption is much. Keywords Conservation biology Environmental impact Household size IPHoG Population Sustainable development reducing human consumption of natural resources and impact on the environment.

Bongaarts, J. Household size and composition in the developing world in the s. Population. Locate food composition resources, including databases, books, journals, conference proceedings, and websites Resources on Macronutrients, Phytonutrients, Vitamins & Minerals Macronutrients - includes general and specific resources on carbohydrates, proteins, fiber.

Bingxin Wu, in Consumption and Management, Personal and household living consumption in wealthier households. Food consumption accounts for only 20–30% of the total revenue in wealthier households, and 70–80% of the total revenue is used to meet high-end products such as housing, clothing, cars, home appliances, televisions, mobile phones, computers, tools, and appliances.

For a household with four persons, the per capita consumption of rice steadily increase over income levels, from grams/day for the lowest income group to for the highest income group.

Agricultural Trade Multipliers provide annual estimates of employment and output effects of trade in farm and food products on the U.S. economy.

Farm Income and Wealth Statistics Forecasts and estimates of farm sector income with component accounts: for the United States, F; and for States, S.H.

Hymans and H.T. Shapiro, Household income and food consumption for each household with the same head and spouse.4 Finally, in the presence of various food subsidy programs and the option to grow one’s food, expenditures on food understate the value of food consumption.

In order to study food.

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Household dietary diversity is defined as the count of food groups consumed using the 7-day recall household food consumption data. Food was grouped into 12 depends on the age and sex composition of households, and their individual height Household size has a significant negative impact on per capita calorie availability in all the.

Currently, food availability data collected at national or household level are used by countries to develop food and agriculture policies and programmes.

It would be more effective if individual food consumption data, taking into account age and gender dimensions, were also considered in the decision process.

concerns. Five areas in which environmental impacts arising from household consumption are significant were selected for analysis: energy and water use, food consumption, transport choices, and waste generation and recycling.

This activity consists of. Adam Smith stated that “consumption is the sole end and purpose of all production” (Smith ) thus putting consumption firmly in the field of industrial this chapter we specifically focus on the carbon emissions caused by household consumption, as these have been estimated to be accountable for around 72 % of carbon emissions on a global basis (Hertwich and Peters ; Wilson.

Household consumption is the most important component of GDP. In the US, for example, it accounts for about 70% of GDP. Consumption shares of GDP in countries at a similar level of development are slightly smaller, but still quite high (60% in Germany, 66% in the UK, 58% in Canada - to cite just a few).

4 Household Size and Composition Around the orld Average household size has declined almost everywhere Changes in the average household size. Figure 2 Average household size and percentage of households including at least one child (aged years) Data source: United Nations Database on Household Size and Composition October.

Reviews of evidence from Africa and Asia suggest that home gardening and household animal production interventions have the potential to contribute to improved household nutrition.

Improvements in household food production may improve food available for consumption in several ways, primarily by increasing purchasing power for food through.

Food data collection in household consumption and expenditure surveys New York, 29 March endorsed by the forty This work is a co-publication of The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and The World Bank Guidelines for low- and middle-income countries Prepared by The Inter-Agency and Expert Group on Food Security.

study of the consumption of specific food items and their impact on nutrition especially for young children, and (iii) the development of new ways of moving from data on household consumption to the study of individual consumption patterns.

We discuss these three themes in turn, although there are obvious complementarities among them. –Calculate total household consumption of each food item –Match food items with items listed in country-specific Food Composition Tables (FCTs) –Apply Adult Male Equivalents (AMEs) concept.

1, g ÷ HH size = Individual consumption (using AMEs): 1, g x Individual AME =. Population and consumption in the United States are driven by complex social, economic, political, demographic, and cultural conditions.

Those conditions in turn alter the impact of U.S. population and consumption on the environment, the economy, and society.

Considering the entire picture at once is daunting and confusing. This paper identifies the factors that influence the household and individual food consumption. Since food is the most important item of the consumption basket, an analysis of the changes in food consumption pattern over time has a special significance which is the most important component for low and middle income groups.

Household Composition and Food Expenditures in China tion does not take into account individual differences in food consumption needs+ For of household size implying the same marginal impact on food expenditures, have not included price effects on purchase, or have not allowed for the effects of substitutability0.

Downloadable. Statistical relationships called expenditure elasticities are detailed for 24 major food groups and 77 subgroups. They allow researchers and policymakers to anticipate what can happen to family expenditures for these foods when income and household size change.

The elasticities generally confirm that spending for food away from home increases significantly as income rises while. This text provides an overview of concepts, theories, and methods related to the study of household consumption. It summarizes the most recent data on consumption patterns and trends, together with factors that influence consumption--population trends, prices, and distribution of resources--and examines how consumption data are used by business, government, and other Format: Paperback.

Understanding food consumption patterns and nutrient intakes is essential for informing evidence-based food and nutrition policies, yet there is a lack of accurate and reliable data.

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Household Consumption and Expenditure Surveys (HCES)—a collective term for multipurpose household surveys—provide an inexpensive and readily available source for filling this information gap.

in intra-household resource allocation is presented: section A examines disparities in food consumption; section B considers disparities in non-food consumption, mainly of health and education resources.

In both sections, the results are presented by region and intra-household disparities between (a) men and women, (b).and consumption per person is unconvincing, given that the incidence of severe child stunting is more elastic to even poor households face economies of size in household size than their Engel curve estimate suggests, consumption.

although the latter is still a fair predictor of child Lanjouw and Ravallion find that the correlation wasting.positive (negative) spillover effects on the control (treatment) group, meaning that the impact estimates we present are likely to be underestimates of the intent-to-treat effects of the ESSN program.

Rearrangement of household composition can be expected in response to .